Comanche Camp Ranch 256+/- Ac
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- Agricultural Easement(s)
- Fishing Ranch
- Hunting Ranch
- Recreational Ranch
- Sporting Ranch
- Aquatic Activities
- Area Fishing
- Country Living
- Metal Fence
- Access Type - Road
- Pond on Lot
Property descriptionIf you have ever hoped for a turnkey hunting property - THIS IS IT!
Owners own 100% of All Minerals and Surface Rights that will convey with the sale of this 256.45-acre ranch, currently under a professional Wildlife Management Plan (WMP), presently cutting taxes to less than $1k per year!
This ranch is a superb hunting getaway located only two hours southwest of Fort Worth. The ranch is accessed via an all-weather County Road 153 off Hwy 1689, just 8 miles outside Comanche city limits.
Water abounds! It boasts four (4) earth tank, the largest being Spring fed, five (5) riparian aka: wet weather creeks, a 163-foot Middle-Trinity water well at the main camp area and Sweetwater Creek flows next to this property plus, three (3) wildlife water guzzler sites. Potential to build bigger ponds or even a lake.
Four (4) newer, executive style, hunting blinds; clean, carpeted and furnished with comfortable, swivel, desk chairs will remain. Included are four (4) custom-built tripod feeders and one (1) heavy duty, deer protein feeder, all strategically placed across the property along with a tripod stand for bow hunting.
There are over a dozen ranch roads; cut extra wide, that traverses through dense, diverse, native grasses and brush, a verity of large trees provide excellent cover and forage over 90% of the property with rolling topography for wildlife.
The abundant, native, wildlife that can be found on this low-fenced ranch include a variety of wild Birds and Ducks, Honeybees, Monarch Butterflies, Whitetail Deer, Morning Dove, Bobwhite Quail, Rio Grande Turkeys, and of course, feral hogs and coyotes also.
Tree cover is moderate to heavy: mesquite, post oak, live oak, hackberry, and prickly ash. Underbrush/Browse - heavy to thick: lote bush, elbow bush, bumelia, algerita, tasajillo, and prickly pear.
Managed by the owner; no leases or day hunts. At the main camp area there are electricity hookups for two separate RV’s, with a vapor light and the 30-gpm water well. The camp area is one of several excellent home sites.
With cleared brush, feeders in place and 18+ acres in food plots planted, this ranch is ready for hunting and recreational adventures on the same day of closing. Priced to sell at $6,629 per acre, this property will go fast!
Only well qualified buyers with letter of credit for full purchase price will be allowed to schedule a showing. Owners can be present at each showing upon request to answer your questions.
COVER -Tree Cover - Moderate to heavy: Mesquite, post oak, live oak, hackberry, prickly ash,
Underbrush/Browse - Heavy to thick: lote bush, elbow bush, bumelia, algerita, tasajillo
Native Grasses - Not currently leased for grazing; Thick with ample signs of bedding.
Cultivation - 18+ acres of food plots
TERRAIN - 150ft of rolling elevation changes. Thick oak ridges with moderate mesquite bottoms.
Beautiful views throughout the ranch -
WATER FEATURES - One pond is +/- 1ac stocked with bass and catfish, roughly 15 feet deep. Three smaller ponds can be found on the property.
WILDLIFE - Exceptional turkey and hogs. Abundant white tail; Deer seen on most hunts. Wild hogs and varmint.
DISTANCES - 8 miles west - northwest of Comanche, 34 miles southwest from Stephenville. 100 miles southwest of downtown Fort Worth and 75 miles southeast of Abilene.
Please contact Listing Agent, David Burgher at 214.353.6601 to schedule a showing. Cooperating Agents and Brokers must make the first contact with the Listing Agent and be present at all showings to fully participate in the commission split.
0 County Road 153 , Comanche, Texas, United States
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